From New York To Florida. From Washington to LA. Ideas & Tips on How To Get The Next Big Gig if you're not in NY or LA and Advice On How To Keep It!
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  • The east coast rocks it kiddos! Too much desert air does things to your pipes. Kudos to all of you from the Old North State.
  • Jay, I am happy to see that not everyone in the business lives on the west coast. It is great to know that we all have a support system here in the East. Thanks for starting the group!
  • One good thing to do is to follow up with your clients with a nice Thank You letter or email letting them know how much you enjoyed working with them and that you are available for future projects. Some appreciate it and some really don't care. I’ve gotten several repeat clients over the years using this technique. When the rubber hits the road if the campaign does not garner the desired results for the client they'll probably replace the agency and that could mean you get caught up in that cut as well unless you establish a relationship with them. Like I said, although it doesn't guarantee anything, it has worked for me on occasion. The agency gets canned, but the client kept me as the talent. Keep sharing what works for you.
  • Howdy y'all; Rich here...from the Isle of Long (Massapequa)...try saying the 10 times fast.
    Been in the biz...'bout 10 yrs or so; on my own for about 5.
  • Thanks for the invite! That's a good's mostly "WHO" you know.

    Ladie Mo$t...
  • Thank you for starting this Group, Jay.
  • Jay,

    Thanks for the invite.

    Take care,

  • Hey guys! Never realized I was a "Mid-Atlantican" but I'm in NJ so I guess I am! Learn something new every day....haha
  • Jay, I know where you're coming from. After 30-years in radio, I have found a new love - well, I've always had "her" on the side, but Voice Acting is my one-and-only now! I will admit, though, I wouldn't be doing this if it weren't for radio and everything I learned over the years. Keep on doing what you're doing, because you're sounding great!
  • Welcome Scott! I've been known to travel if I get the call. Now that I'm momentarily semi-retired from day to day radio for the moment, I'll be making those trips more often if need be. After 34 years I'm enjoying the break before the big bites me again. LOL Thanks for joining the group and sharing my friend.

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